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Real Estate Benefits From Riviera Maya Bridges

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By : Sean O'Neal    99 or more times read
Riviera Maya real estate from Cancun to Tulum is set to benefit from the new highway bridges that will soon be constructed in Playa del Carmen, said RE/MAX Investment Properties Mexico, experts in real estate investment, today.

The overpasses will greatly speed up the journey from Cancun and Cancun airport to other parts of the Riviera Maya, a journey on fast highways but sometimes held-up by bottlenecks through Playa del Carmen.

The bridges will mean that fast traffic, not destined for Playa del Carmen, will reach other parts of the coast much more quickly.

RE/MAX Investment Properties Mexico estimate that the journey time from Cancun Airport to Tulum could be reduced from over 2 hours, to around an hour on some days.

There has been debate and rumor locally about the funding and design of the traffic-improving measures, with some preferring more expensive, subterranean options.

However, Ignacio Meza, delegate for the Government's Secretary for Communications and Transport (SCT) told local newspaper, El Periodico de Quintana Roo, this week that the bridges are definitely going ahead and work has already started. He said the first will be ready in 5 months.

There has been a lot of focus on improving infrastructure recently in the Riviera Maya and, as well as highway improvements, the new Tulum airport is also expected to boost the local economy and real estate market.

Local politicians have described the Riviera Maya airport project as an "economic trigger" that will turn Tulum into one of the most prosperous areas in the Mexican Caribbean.

The highway improvement and airport news leads to some of the best investment opportunities in Mexico. Land in the Riviera Maya is a great buy right now and some of the soundest investments to be found are in Riviera Maya real estate.
Article by RE/MAX Investment Properties Mexico, your best source for news about Tulum airport and other Riviera Maya infrastructure improvements.

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